Gay Bowl XV


Can the San Diego Bolts win their fourth national championship? Gay Bowl is the national LGBT flag football tournament, put on every Columbus Day weekend by the National Gay Flag Football League (NGFFL). It’s been a decade since San Diego hosted Gay Bowl, but NGFFL teams will make their way to America’s Finest City for […]

‘Phantom’ returns to San Diego


Meet Katie Travis and Storm Lineberger from the National Tour cast of this spectacular new production Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera, opened in London in 1986 and opened on Broadway in 1988. The show has won its share of both Tony and Olivier Awards and is still running in New York City. It […]

Discover a sanctuary in the heart of Hillcrest


An air of peace and serenity engulfs you as you enter the front room of Bodhi Massage and Wellness Center at 3678 Fourth Ave. in San Diego. Every detail of the room from the all-wood floors, to the natural fabrics and colors of the drapes and furniture to the serenity stones and hand-made candles brings […]

HWE’s fall concert to celebrate ‘A Night at the Opera’ Oct. 10


The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble (HWE) will present A Night at the Opera Oct. 10, 7 p.m. at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4150 Front Street in San Diego. The ensemble is proud to be working with the San Diego Opera’s University Partners Program known as Opera Exposed, which features voice students from SDSU, USD and […]

Nine year prison term given to drunk driver who killed waiter

San Diego Superior Court

A drunk driver who killed a La Jolla waiter on his way home from work has been sentenced to nine years in state prison. His friends told the driver the victim would have forgiven him, even for causing his death. Bryan R. Delaney, 36, worked at George’s at the Cove in La Jolla and was […]

Modern Victorians


A recent trip down memory lane in my hometown was definitely a double-edged sword. True, nostalgia and memories met me at every turn, but shock also when the turn didn’t reveal the expected. For example, my stately high school had morphed into a bizarre condominium. Worse was my childhood neighborhood of large Queen Anne style […]

Neither Snow Nor Rain …

Marty Block broke his word. Atkins for Senate


If you look up the words “integrity” and “honesty” in the political dictionary, you would probably find a picture of Toni Atkins right next to these two words. Atkins has never forgotten where she came from – the Appalachian mountains of Virginia, a coal miner’s daughter. She grew up in a home with no running […]

Stonewall (1995)


dvd of the week Nigel Finch’s low-budget 1995 adaptation of Martin Duberman’s novel about the Stonewall riots does not have the squeaky clean production values of Roland Emmerich’s mess, and the older film is not great. But it’s a better movie and yet it ostensibly has a similar plot. Frederick Weller is Matty, the white […]

Avengers: Age of Ultron


dvd and streaming Joss Whedon’s The Avengers was one of the most successful films of all time, and it was also good. For the sequel, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Whedon has produced another greatly enjoyable piece of popcorn entertainment, one of the best episodes in the increasingly populated and complicated MCU storyline. The Avengers […]

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